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Conditional Probability: Selecting Without Replacement

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An urn contains four colored balls, two orange and two blue. Two balls are selected at random without replacement, and you are told that at least one of them is orange. What is the probability that the other ball is also orange?

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This solution determines the probability that a ball selected at random with be either orange or blue.

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